Use this test mark to percentage calculator to easily calculate the **percentage** given one or more test grades (marks) and the maximum possible number of marks. If you enter marks from multiple test exams or test tasks, they will be summed before the percentage calculation. Suitable for all school and college level exams.

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- How to calculate percentage of marks?
- Marks to percentage formula
- Test marks to percentage - practical examples
- How to calculate the average percentage score for an entire class

## How to calculate percentage of marks?

To find the percentage of marks only basic arithmetics with proportions is required. If it is a single mark, first divide the mark by the maximum possible mark and then multiply by 100 to get the percentage. If there are multiple marks involved, first find their sum total, then proceed as if it is a single mark and divide by the maximum total marks out of which these marks were obtained. Multiply by one hundred at the end to convert to percent. You can do this by hand, following the formulae below, or by using our mark percentage calculator above.

For example, if an exam has a single section and the maximum score is 25, for a student who scored 18 enter 18 in the first input field and 25 in the second, then click "Calculate". If an exam has three sections, or a student is scored on three separate subjects, enter the three obtained scores separated by spaces or commas like so "80 60 90" and then enter the maximum score they could have obtained, e.g. 300 if the score ceiling on each test is 100.

## Marks to percentage formula

In the simplest case we have just a single exam and therefore a single test grade to work with. In this case the calculation to convert marks into percentage is straightforward by following this formula:

*Mark Percentage = Scored Mark / Test Maximum x 100*

"Test maximum" corresponds to the "Out of ... marks" input field in our test grade percentage calculator.

If an exam is scored in separate test sections, or if you are calculating the percentage from several separate exams, then the following formula is applicable:

*Mark Percentage = Sum of Scored Marks / Test(s) Maximum x 100*

The sum is calculated in the usual way using simple algebra. Our calculator handles that for you automatically.

## Test marks to percentage - practical examples

First, a simple example with a single test. Let's say a student scored 85 on an exam with a maximum mark of 100. Plugging the numbers into the above formula, we get:

*85 / 100 = 0.85 x 100 = 85% so the test percentage is 85%.*

Now for a more complicated example where there are two tests or two test sections that are being scored. If a student scored 92 points on the first exam and 88 points on the second one, and the total marks they can get on both tests is 200, what is the percentage that the student scored? To calculate this, we first sum up the two marks and then apply the equation as usual:

*(92 + 88) / 200 x 100 = 180 / 200 x 100 = 0.90 x 100 = 90% so the overall percentage mark is 90%.*

The table below shows the test grades on a given examination and their corresponding percentages assuming a maximum mark of 200.

Marks on test | Marks percentage |
---|---|

20 | 10% |

40 | 20% |

60 | 30% |

80 | 40% |

100 | 50% |

120 | 60% |

140 | 70% |

160 | 80% |

180 | 90% |

200 | 100% |

All test percentages in the table are computed using this exam percentage calculator.

## How to calculate the average percentage score for an entire class

The above method can be expanded to any number of marks, including calculations for the percentage scored by a whole class of students on a given test material, or even across class subjects which can be useful to educators as a measure of success. For example, with 20 students in a class, enter the 20 marks obtained in the "Scored" calculator field (separate by spaces or commas) and then the maximum possible score (e.g. 20x40 = 800 if each student can get a maximum of 40 points) in the "Out of" field.

## FAQs

### How do I calculate my exam mark percentage? ›

Two simple steps give you the percentage of marks. They are: **Step 1: Divide the obtained marks by the maxim marks of the test.** **Step 2: Multiply the result by 100**.

**What is the 40% of 70 marks? ›**

In other words, 40% of 70 is the same as **28/70**, or 28 marks out of 70.

**How do you calculate 70% of a mark? ›**

First, you need to calculate your grade in percentages. The total answers count 100 - it's 100%, so we to get a 1% value, divide 100 by 100 to get 1.00. Next, calculate the percentage of 70: **divide 70 by 1% value (1.00)**, and you get 70.00% - it's your percentage grade.

**How do you find the percentage of marks of all subjects? ›**

To calculate how to compute a student's percentage of marks in an exam, **a student's total marks should be divided by the maximum marks, and then multiplied by 100**.

**How much is 70% on a test? ›**

A B is 80% to 89%; **A C** is 70% to 79%; A D is 60% to 69%; and finally. F is 59% and below – and it's not a passing grade.

**What is the 70% of 75 marks? ›**

The total answers count 75 - it's 100%, so we to get a 1% value, divide 75 by 100 to get 0.75. Next, calculate the percentage of 70: divide 70 by 1% value (0.75), and you get **93.33%** - it's your percentage grade.

**What is 120 out of 60? ›**

120 is **200 percent** of 60.

**What is the 80% of 25 marks? ›**

Answer: 80% of 25 is **20**.

**What grade is a 42 out of 70? ›**

The calculator will give you your grade. First, you need to calculate your grade in percentages. The total answers count 70 - it's 100%, so we to get a 1% value, divide 70 by 100 to get 0.70. Next, calculate the percentage of 42: divide 42 by 1% value (0.70), and you get **60.00%** - it's your percentage grade.

**How do you calculate 75% of your grade? ›**

Your lecture average counts as 75% of your total grade and the lab counts 25%. **Take your lecture average (0.733 in the example above) and multiply it by 75** (0.733 x 75 = 55, in my example).

### How do I calculate my grade with total marks? ›

For example, you received 7 CGPA in 12th, then your total percentage of marks would be, 7×9.5= 66.5%. Moreover, if you want to calculate total marks from here, then you can simply **multiply your percentage divided by 100 to total marks (total of all subjects)**.

**What is the formula to calculate total marks? ›**

For instance, let's take a student's score obtained in 3 different subjects: 90 out of 100 in Hindi, 80 out of 100 in English, 70 out of 100 in Social Science. First, add the total marks obtained. Like **(90+80+70), which is equal to 240.** **And total marks of exams (100+100+100) = 300**.

**How much is 80 on a test? ›**

A "B" is 80% to 89%.

A grade of 87% or higher would be considered a “B+.” A grade of 83%-86% would be considered a “B.” A grade of 80%-82% would be considered a “B-.”

**What is a 12 out of 15? ›**

Fraction: 12/15 = **4/5**. Decimal: 0.8. Percent: 80%

**How much is B grade? ›**

What are letter grades and how do they convert to percentages? Common examples of grade conversion are: A+ (97–100), A (93–96), A- (90–92), B+ (87–89), B (**83–86**), B- (80–82), C+ (77–79), C (73–76), C- (70–72), D+ (67–69), D (65–66), D- (below 65).

**What mark is 75 out of 100? ›**

**B+** (75-79%): Work of this standard is competent and methodical, indicating a clear understanding of the topic and an ability to critically engage with the debates in the field of inquiry.

**What is the 75% of 40 marks? ›**

Answer: 75% of 40 is 30.

It means **out of 100**.

**What grade is a 75% out of 100? ›**

For the USA grading system, a value of 75.00% corresponds to the letter **mark C**.

**What is a 120 out of 200? ›**

The number 120 is **60%** of the number 200.

**What grade is a 69 out of 120? ›**

The calculator will give you your grade. First, you need to calculate your grade in percentages. The total answers count 120 - it's 100%, so we to get a 1% value, divide 120 by 100 to get 1.20. Next, calculate the percentage of 69: divide 69 by 1% value (1.20), and you get **57.50%** - it's your percentage grade.

### What is 12 percent out of 30? ›

Answer and Explanation: 12 is **40 percent** of 30.

**What is 70 out of 20? ›**

Answer: 70% of 20 is **14**.

Let's find 70% of 20.

**What is 60% out of 25? ›**

Answer: 60% of 25 is **15**.

**What is 80% out of 40? ›**

Answer: 80% of 40 is **32**.

**Is 70 a D+? ›**

Common examples of grade conversion are: A+ (97–100), A (93–96), A- (90–92), B+ (87–89), B (83–86), B- (80–82), C+ (77–79), C (73–76), **C- (70–72)**, D+ (67–69), D (65–66), D- (below 65).

**How do I calculate my exam average? ›**

To calculate grade average, **add up all of your total scores.** **Then, add up all of the total points possible.** **Divide the sum of your total scores by the total points possible**. That is your grade average.

**What Mark is 75%? ›**

**B+** (75-79%): Work of this standard is competent and methodical, indicating a clear understanding of the topic and an ability to critically engage with the debates in the field of inquiry.

**How do you calculate a test grade? ›**

**Use a calculator to divide the top number by the bottom number**. You can use a basic calculator to figure out your percentage grade on the test. Just divide the top number by the bottom number. For example, take ^{21}/_{26} and plug it into the calculator as 21 ÷ 26.

**Is 90 a good grade? ›**

A - is the highest grade you can receive on an assignment, and it's **between 90% and 100%** B - is still a pretty good grade! This is an above-average score, between 80% and 89% C - this is a grade that rests right in the middle.

**Is A+ a good grade? ›**

A+, A, A- **indicates excellent performance**. B+, B, B- indicates good performance. C+, C, C- indicates satisfactory performance.

### How much is C grade? ›

What are letter grades and how do they convert to percentages? Common examples of grade conversion are: A+ (97–100), A (93–96), A- (90–92), B+ (87–89), B (83–86), B- (80–82), C+ (77–79), C (**73–76**), C- (70–72), D+ (67–69), D (65–66), D- (below 65).